From Thermal Field Theory To Neural Networks: A Day To Remember Tanguy Altherr - Cern4 November 1994

From Thermal Field Theory To Neural Networks: A Day To Remember Tanguy Altherr - Cern4 November 1994

By: Paul Sorba (editor), Gabriele Veneziano (editor), Patrick Aurenche (editor)Hardback

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Tanguy Altherr was a Fellow in the Theory Division at CERN, on leave from LAPP (CNRS) Annecy. At the time of his accidental death in July 1994, he was only 31.A meeting was organized at CERN, covering the various aspects of his scientific interests: thermal field theory and its applications to hot or dense media, neural networks and its applications to high energy data analysis. Speakers were among his closest collaborators and friends.

Contents

Tanguy Altherr - a physicist and a friend, P. Aurenche; hot scalar electro-dynamics as a toy model for hot QCD, A. Rebhan; the secret of the Kobayashi-Lee-Nauenberg theorem, T. Grandou; electromagnetic emission rates for QCD plasma and heavy-ion collisions, V. Ruuskanen; in a hot, chirally symmetric phase, pi0 does not go into 2gamma, but pi0theta does, R. Pisarski; hot field theory and astrophysics, P. Salati; axion emission from red giants and white dwarfs, T. Del Rio Gaztelurrutia; spot reduction algorithm - a technique for HEP data analysis, J. Seixas.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9789810226107
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 104
  • ID: 9789810226107
  • ISBN10: 9810226101

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